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for your brain too. a new study finds people with higher, even borderline high cholesterol in their 40s have a significantly increased risk of developing alzheimer's disease. researchers reached this conclusion after the longest and largest age-related trials ever conducted. >> my cholesterol is fine, thank you. my 40s are behind me. >> yes, they are. >> thank you, again. >>> tune in to eyewitness news at 4, 5 and 6. sally is live in the newsroom with a preview. sally. >> reporter: life-saving call. a harrowing story from california where a woman's throat is slit. she is minutes from death. how a kind-hearted woman and a call to 911 keep her alive. >>> flying danger. the warning one pilot wants everyone to hear. these stories and breaking news at 4. mary and don. >> thank you, sally. >>> stay with us. . >>> welcome back to the noon news. a quick look at the five-day. concentrate on this. make plans for this august weekend. looks like a good pun with back inside. >> thanks, marty. >>> the primetime line-up. the hit drama "csi: new york"
.ell.nting. in s stutues, theswere uall. mom. don't wawait. alzheimer's isisn't waiting. it's's critil that i stk to my medication.. cannnn be of 61 milli a ameriricans who notot refefill r prescriptions on tim readadill at cvs prm aumaticallrerefillll my prescriions anremis me toto picick k them up. you mean, remimindsu chucuckl ] tol is r rightor youou, and get a a 5 upon bk.k. rereadadyfl, only acvsa to lower your bad cholesterol but your good cholesterol and triglycerides are still out of line? then you may not be seeing the whole picture. ask your doctor about trilipix. if you're at high risk of heart disease and taking a statin to lower bad cholesterol, along with diet, adding trilipix can lower fatty triglycerides and raise good cholesterol to help improve all three cholesterol numbers. trilipix has not been shown to prevent heart attacks or stroke more than a statin alone. trilipix is not for everyone, including people with liver, gallbladder, or severe kidney disease, or nursing women. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you are pregnant or may become pregnant. blo
have high cholesterol in their 40s and 50s have a 66% higher risk developing alzheimer's disease later in life. even borderline high cholesterol was found to raise that risk. the study did not address the reason behind the possible connection. researchers say about 1 million americans have high or borderline cholesterol levels. >>> in these tough economic times, keeping food fresh until you cook it is more important than ever. what's more? properly stored produce lasts longer, tastes better and is healthier for you. tonight the tricks of the trade. >>> we are here with tony stallone. tony has tricks of the trade for storing fresh fruits and vegetables. i love tomatoes, what should we do? >> i'm passionate about tomatoes. do not ever put them in the refrigerator. it destroys the flavor. >> leave them on the counter. >> with the heart up. this is how they tag them at the farm. ensures the best quality when they ripen. >> i love basil with tomatoes. how do i store it? >> what a great combination. if you just pick it, put a glass of a little bit of water and store the fresh sprigs there. i
shriver and her husband has alzheimer's disease. >i saw a picture of sargent shriver the other day. do you communicate with him? >> he was a wonderful, vibrant, active guy. he was well into his 60s, '70s. now, he is afflicted with alzheimer's disease. he sees -- i don't know, the picture i saw made him look very old. what's he ran the peace corps. >> yes he did. he started it. what's the to know him? >> very well. -- >> did you know him? >> very well. >>we went through a lot of names and people were unwilling to run. i think it was a turning point in the campaign. he may not have won that election, but he certainly would have come close. we were five or six points behind and we had some good -- we had watergate going for us. >> you lost by 25 points. >> we lost to the point that senator mcgovern would not have been a candidate for years later. >> walter cronkite died a few weeks ago and today, don hewitt died. >> i saw that. >> did you know him? >> i did know him. he gave me cause for considerable embarrassment in the kennedy campaign. don hewitt called me up early in 1967. ronald reagan h
be bad for your brain. people in their 40s have a greater chance of developing alzheimer's disease. 40 people followed for the results. >>> senators speaking their mine about sonia sotomayor. she will likely be confirm next week. that hasn't stopped republicans from attacking her. >> reporter: outside the capitol, sonia sotomayor's supporters rallied. we'll remember. >> groups will make sure latinos will remember how they voted. >> reporter: the rally was a not so subtle reminder of the political consequences of voting against sonia sotomayor. most gop senators made up their mind. >> i will vote against her. >> 3/4 voting against the first supreme court choice say. >> they must adhere to the rule of the law. >> reporter: there's not much suspense. 7 republicans will vote to confirm her to the high court. supporters judge her qualifications. >> this is not a hard call. it should be an easy call for members here. >>reporter: senators could make that call thursday when they vote whether or not to make the federal judge the next supreme court justice. in washington, joel brown, wjz
will be on friday with a little some extent. by next monday, highs in the upper 70's. >> nbc nightly news is up next. >> have a good evening. they have alzheimer's and heart disease, diabetes and cancer. and they've heard that biomedical research offers hope, that it could control, maybe even cure, their disease. senator barbara mikulski understands the importance of innovative biomedical research, for patients, their families, and our economy here in maryland. call senator mikulski today. tell her, thanks for protecting the promise of biomedical research and the maryland jobs it provides. it's not just the future, it's life.
to mid 90's. >> finally. >> that is a look at our news. thank you so much for joining us. >> good night. they have alzheimer's and heart disease, diabetes and cancer, and they've heard that biomedical research offers hope -- that it could control, maybe even cure, their disease. senator barbara mikulski understands the importance of innovative biomedical research for patients, their families, and our economy here in maryland. call senator mikulski today. tell her thanks for protecting the promise of biomedical research and the maryland jobs it provides. it's not just the future. it's life.
reason to keep your cholesterol in check. people in their 40's with high cholesterol also have a higher risk of alzheimer's disease. it may decrease your risk of getting alzheimer's disease and heart disease. >>> health-care harry made a stop on capitol hill today. the public interest research group set up the 8 ft. tall of cavity sam from the operation game to highlight concerns about health care. visitors had a chance to operate on harry and remove things like endless red tape. >> i did not know he had the name cavity sam. >>> tonight, we will have continuing coverage of the two american journalists that were part and in north korea. and the controversy surrounding a new band. that and more news coming out. >>> we want to find out how the weather is shaping up. >> humidity levels are coming out -- up, too. a little hazy out there, but no storms in the metro area. just a few fairweather clouds. we expect a pretty pleasant evening, just a little muddy -- d muddy -- muggy. in light of torrential storms moving rough kentucky and seteesnne, aesll of that is pushing south. the cold front th
-known with alzheimer disease. he seems, the pick s picture i l he looked very old. >> he ran the peace corp. did you know him? >> very well. >> after senator mcgovern choice him and because of problems he backed out or left and sergeant shiver was picked was that your choice? >> well we went through a lot of names and people were unwilling to run. and i think it was a real turning point of the campaign. he might not have won that election but certainly would have come close. we were five, six points behind and i think we had some good. we had watergate going for us. >> but lost by almost 25? >> oh, yeah lost to a significant point to where senator mcgovern, to if he would have, been close, been the candidate years later. >> today taking this, donahue it died. did you know him. >> yes as producer of cbs. in fact, he gave me cause for considerable light-hearted to be sure, embarrassment in the kennedy campaign. don called me up - i guess early in 1967. ron all right.ed reagan was elected governor of california and said cbs has this new thing calls satellite and we can bring into the same broadc
and temporary. mom. talk to your doctor about aricept. don't wait. alzheimer's isn't waiting. >>> you're watching baltimore's station that works for you. now abc 2 news at 5. >> great expectations that two captive u.s. journalists will be free and home. we awoke today to discover that former president bill clinton was in north korea on an unannounced visit, a rescue mission in fact to bring home the two women who have been held since march. tonight it appears he has succeeded. carla wohl reports. >> reporter: the two jailed american journalists have been pardoned by north korean leader kim jong-il, and could be on their way home to the united states as soon as tonight. their release comes after a surprise visit to north korea by former president bill clinton. abc news has learned he had an emotional meeting with the women. it followed an earlier discussion with north korean president kim john ill. kim jong-il. the two held talks and president clinton courteously conveyed a message from president obama. the white house strongly denies any such message was sent. >> our focus is on ensur
in the lower 80s. 50 percent chance for showers. and then monday, tuesday, wednesday. temperatures cooling down. more sunshine for much of next week. back to you. they have alzheimer's and heart disease, diabetes and cancer. and they've heard that biomedical research offers hope, that it could control, maybe even cure, their disease. senator barbara mikulski understands the importance of innovative biomedical research, for patients, their families, and our economy here in maryland. call senator mikulski today. tell her, thanks for protecting the promise of biomedical research and the maryland jobs it provides. it's not just the future, it's life.
: the children of ted and his brothers and sisters, maria shriver, and her activism for an alzheimer's cure. kerry kennedy's human rights organization. and mark, managing u.s. programs for save the children. and robert jr., one of the country's leading environmentalists. as sure as the sun comes up over this storied compound, kennedys will continue to make their mork on america. >> it's very nice to have you. of course, press secretary for senator kennedy. just a life long friend. we keep talking about him as a legislator. as a senator. but as a man, what do you believe made him so special and successful? >> there were a couple of things. first was that he grew up in this tradition that he lad been given a great deal. and he needed to give something back. felt strongly about that. secondly, he cared deeply about issues. but never took himself too seriously. he would tell a story about himself in 1962, when he was first running for the senate. and people were saying, what is this 29-year-old, 30-year-old guy running? he goes for a factory. guy in overalls. dirt-covered. looks at him. says, h
no dementia, no alzheimers. and i found him just crisp as a dollar bill, i'll tell you. >> your story, you fell in love, what, in the late '40s? >> yes. >> he gave you the ring in 1950, he goes off to the korean war. >> right. >> you lost touch. you each led your separate lives. how did you guys reconnect? >> well, i knew who bob was all along. i knew he had lived in monrovia, but i also knew he was married and never contacted him in any way whatsoever. then on may 3rd, i was at my daughter's home in shawnee, kansas, and she was working with her computer on the coffee table and i asked her to google him to see if she col find him. and she found the robert harrod at this address. i said i don't think that's him and about that time, she put the phone to my ear, she had already dialed it and he said hello and, of course, i had no choice but to say hello back. >> you were back in. >> yeah. >> did you pick up right where you left off? >> we certainly did, the minute i got off the mane and looked at him, he was older but he still had those beautiful eyes and he -- i could tell by looking into hi
a memo was released which called for a u.s. withdraw next august. a new study suggests that people as young as 40 with high cholesterol levels are at greater risk of developing alzheimer's disease and demen a dementia. >>> the pentagon is reviewing its policy on access so social networking sites like facebook and twitter for all military personnel. it comes one day after a marine corps issued a ban on its those sites for security reasons. they can still access facebook and similar sites on their own personal computer, however. and a "360 follow-up." nine years after an australian family saw their dog vanish, they're all reunited. as we mentioned last week, he was found 1200 miles from home thanks to a microchip embedded in her neck. today she was reunited with her owners who were happy to have her back. >> look at that sweet face. is your dog chipped? >> our dog is chipped. >> so is mine. >> and our dog stays under our control at all times. so hopefully she'll never been 1200 miles away. >> but just in case you're prepared. >> just in case we make a mistake. looks like muf sf a lo
: ronald reagan revealed he had alzheimer's disease in november 1994. four months earlier in july, patti appeared nude in "playboy." she was in her early 40's and living in new york. her mother came to see her. >> i hadn't been speaking to her for a long time and she hadn't been speaking to me -- my mother did the not-speaking thing well too. >> stahl: a two-way -- >> we did that exile thing really well. i thought that this is not working. this is not good. so we sort of started with baby steps then. >> most mothers and daughters go through this experience -- this period. however, at the end of the journey, they'll probably be back together. there is hope. >> sounds like a campaign slogan. it felt surprisingly intimate. >> stahl: we walked along a path where president reagan's funeral was held. >> i >> i just remember your mother. >> stahl: everybody knew how much nancy and ronald reagan loved each other. in the days leading up to her husband's death, mrs. reagan needed someone to lean on. she reached out to her only daughter. she collapsed in your arms, feeling frail and vulnerable. >>
. last week a memo written by an adviser was leaked in which he called for u.s. withdrawal next august. >>> a new study suggests people as young as 40 with borderline cholesterol levels are at greater disease of alzheimer's disease. the pentagon is reviewing its policy on access to social networking sites for all military personnel. after the marine corps issued a ban on its own computer network for security reason. marines can access facebook on their own personal computers. >>> a "360" follow-up. nine years after an australian family saw their dog vanish, they are reunited. muff was found 1,200 miles from home thanks to a micro chip in her neck. she was reunited with her owners who were happy to have her back. >> look at that sweet face. >> is your dog chipped, tom foreman? >> our dog is chipped. >> so is mine. >> our dog stays under our control at all times. >> just in case we are prepared. >> just in case we make a mistake. she is a lovely dog and muff looks like a lovely dog. >> we are not done. the latest on the breaking news out of north korea. laura ling and euna lee in the air
arrested in north korea. what the relieves two american journalist could mean for u.s. relations with north korea. they have alzheimer's and heart disease, diabetes and cancer, and they've heard that biomedical research offers hope -- that it could control, maybe even cure, their disease. senator barbara mikulski understands the importance of innovative biomedical research for patients, their families, and our economy here in maryland. call senator mikulski today. tell her thanks for protecting the promise of biomedical research and the maryland jobs it provides. it's not just the future. it's life. the steng knelt is expected to vote today on the popular cash for clunkers program. it ran out of money a week after it started. now to keep going the bill program needs a 2 billion-dollar fuel injection. and a wire leas cell phone jaming in prisons. straight lawmakers say the measure is need to keep people behind bars from organizing crimes. they say it could interfear with cell phone use by law abiding citizens. the measure now heads to theful senate for full consideration. >>> good morning ev
value. accu-chek® aviva. born in the u.s.a. >>> lots of room at the south carolina governor's mansion. why the first lady is packing up and moving out. mom was diagnosed with moderate alzheimer's. it was tough news to hear. everything changed. i didn't know what to do. right about then, our doctor mentioned the exelon patch. he said it releases medicine continuously for 24 hours. he said it could help with her cognition which includes things like memory, reasoning, communicating and understanding. (announcer) the most common side effects of exelon patch are nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. the likelihood and severity of these side effects may increase as the dose increases. patients may experience loss of appetite or weight. patients who weigh less than 110 pounds may experience more side effects. people at risk for stomach ulcers or who take certain other medicine should talk to their doctor because serious stomach problems, such as bleeding may worsen. mom's diagnosis was hard to hear, but there's something i can do. (announcer) visit exelonpatch.com for free caregiving resources. >>>
they did was follow about 1800 people in the new york area, with the average onset of age in the 70s and what they basically looked at was the diet and physical activity. and they found that people who combined those two could reduce the risk of alzheimer's by 60%. >> that's an amazing -- >> exactly. we've known about this diet for a long time. what these guys did that was different they hooked up diet with physical exercise and it's that combo which led to an extraordinary number. >> when you talk mediterranean diet, for those who may not know exactly what you're mean. we're basically looking at it. >> you and i know this is the perfect diet. it's fish, olive oil, nuts, whole grains, fruits, what you don't see, you don't see red meat. you don't see chicken. you don't see a lot of dairy. you don't see refined carbs and sugar. but this is everything that you need. >> when you read the statistic that one out of every eight baby boomers will develop alzheimer's are you saying based on this study that we can control now who does get it and who doesn't? >> i think we are increasingly know
" a look at how a picture of britney spears may help scientists find a cure for alzheimer's disease. "news 4 midday" begins at 11:00 a.m. join us then. ♪ >>> tennis champs venus williams and james blake are getting ready for the u.s. open. >> yes, they are, but before they head out to the big courts in queens, they're going to give us a mini lesson in our mini court in the studio. >> venus and james, welcome to both of you. >> thank you. >> i was surprised to learn, idnu ds,n't know this, you and your sister are now part owners of the miami dolphins. >> what can i say? >> when did you decide to do that? >> lots of dreams coming true for us. we love sport. it was kind of a natural transition and a wonderful opportunity and we hope to win the super bowl. >> whenever i see the two of you together, i'm amazed because i he a sister and i know about sister uff, and i'm amazed how m ee come out of the tournaments where you guys are playing each other, but you're still friends, you're clse, you're tight. >> yeah. >> does it ever get weird between you two? >> we're sisters off the court and compe
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